Those are pretty.
I was thinking or noting that this flower is pretty much my side decor flower's cousin Martha, but I love the sun flowers!
I agree! Fall is in the air! And it is 6 weeks early here in Colorado!!I AM NOT READY! I AM NOT A FAN OF WINTER!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Bad winter! Go away! I do so love the colors of fall. :0)
I love love love sunflowers. What great shots.
What gorgeous photos!I love sunflowers. They are so cheerful and they will try to bloom for you anywhere. The background of yer bloggie is so pretty with all the sunflowers and other sunny blooms.
I love sunflowers...I mean really! nom, nom, nom
These are beautiful photos! I love sunflowers. We have black-oil sunflowers sprouting in our yard from where birds have dropped the seeds.I followed you here from "The Everyday Adventurer" deer post.
Really lovely. Our leaves don't change color here. Well, if cactus had leaves, they wouldn'tNow I wish I had planted some sunflowers. Oh well, next year!
When the leaves change color, it can be awe inspiring. But sometimes it's downright worrisome. Some of the maples in Northern Wisconsin are changing colors too. But it is way too early for this to be normal. Unfortunately it is an indication of the drought that we have been experiencing for several years now. Concern is rising that if the drought conditions continue for many more years, many of the trees will not be able to recover. Hope your mid-August color change is not indicative of environmental or insect stresses.
I can't wait for fall and cooler temps! I just wish that we could get all the pretty colors here too.
Thanks for the camera tips. The leaf pic is awesome! Tell me more about Picaso. I have looked into several sites for editing and maily preserving my pics but most don't have much avail space unless you want to upgrade (of course)! :)Jessie at Blog Schmog
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If Fall will disperse the humidity I say bring it on!
your photos are wonderful! are days are getting shorter but that is about it...still so hot.
Always love your photos! (Except the mamma spider one!)
Oh no! I am dreading the approaching fall. I don't want summer to end yet.
those are lovely shots. i love sunflowers too.
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